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Scholarships awarded to single parents

Eight local mothers on Tuesday were awarded scholarships from the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship recipients, along with their families, gathered at Henderson State University’s Foster Hall. The local recipients were Clark County residents Dominique Young, Kavisa Mitchell, Kira Accor, Candra McDaniel, Ariana Middleton, Latasha Accor, Abbygale Daniel and Candace Pasley.

ASPSF scholarship recipients are pictured back row, from left, Ariana Middleton, Abbygale Daniel, Candra McDaniel and Kavisa Mitchell, and seated, from left, Latasha Accor, Kira Accor and Dominique Young. | Joel Phelps/The Arkadelphian

For the fall 2022 semester, the ASPSF awarded 45 scholarships in the nine-county region that includes Clark, Dallas, Garland, Grant, Montgomery, Pope, Pike, Howard and Hot Spring. A total of $45,600 in scholarships were awarded. Locally, scholarship funds were made possible by the Ross Foundation, Vickie Faust, Entergy, the Arkansas Department of Higher Education and the ASPSF.

The ASPSF was established 32 years ago in Northwest Arkansas and has since broadened its reach throughout the state. To apply for future scholarships, to volunteer or for more information, visit ASPSF’s website.

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